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Dec 6, 2012 12:30pm PST
the defibrillator you had to go through the basic training to be able to get into the defib and it was another nine-month course. i'm thinking how are we going to train police officers in a short time to be able to use them effectively? >> another thing is i wish that i would have brought the article to bring copies for you gentleman and lady. >> on the places that have done away with tasers because of malfunctions. and if you would like the article that charlie wrote i would be happy, i could send that to your facebook accounts and another one that i am going to make real quick is i have an autistic child and we have been talking about mental health illness and drug addiction, we have not covered all of the people that would be affected by this. my friend kerri described autism as, excuse me, i get... when it comes to my son. is putting somebody in a different country where they cannot speak the language or know the customs. and if he was in a position where he ever had altercation with the police he would not know what was going on and i am sure that he would be tased. >> thank you. i have to giv
FOX Business
Dec 4, 2012 11:00am EST
in cost as well. defib laters, everything. great point, robert. another sector, the financial sector. fox business reporting that jpmorgan in the cross hairs of a senate comment, carl levin, the senator, and curious if you have financials, and i know you never liked it in the past, but is it bad news for the group overall? >> yeah. we've been avoiding the group. the only way we play financials in the last two years is through the credit card issuers, visa, mastercard, american express. the big money center banks, like you said, in the cross hairs for awhile. dodd-frank is barely over a quarter of the way written, and i really think now with the current administration, scott brown losing his seat to elizabeth warren, i think the rest of the regulation is not favorable. you know, i just see a lot of head winds. we're avoiding financials all together. cheryl: she's been appointed to senate banking. good time for banks and those companies overall. >> perfect. cheryl: you're not a big technology investor, but, at the same time, there's been such a weird movement in apple. many saying apple is
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